Quilt Gallery

This page will be dedicated to showing you some of the many quilts I have had the pleasure of quilting for friends and clients.

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16 thoughts on “Quilt Gallery

  1. Hi Kathy. Tom Russell sent me the link to your blog. He has spoken about you and your quilting so I know I am going to love to see your pictures and you comments. I too love feathers and lots of quilting on my quilts and those I do for others. I am reading a book about a long arm quilter saying a quilt takes 3 hours after loaded – or a show quilt takes 6 – wish I was that fast – but not really – the quilting process is the best part and it takes as long as it takes – but I know I spend many times those numbers on every quilt I quilt. Thanks for sharing with your Blog.

    • Hi Dot and don’t you just love Tom. He is absolutely the nicest guy I know and oh so talented. I am so glad you enjoyed my blog. Tom is the one who wanted me to do it. When he notified me of his I thought I’d better get mine going or he’d never let me forget it. That is really funny about the book you are reading. I have never ever finished a quilt in 3 hours and heavens I spend weeks and weeks on a show quilt. She must be wonder woman. I agree with you, it takes as long as it takes. Thanks again for stopping by.

  2. Beautiful and inspirational! Your quilting makes me long for a day when someone brings me a masterpiece and says “make it a show quilt!”. My customers are so sweet and appreciative, but they do not like heavy quilting. Your quilts are eye-candy.

  3. What a treat to see all those beautiful quilts! Margo and Tom are both holding out! ha Actually, I only know Tom from our Applique Society here in Sugar Land and having taken his class, but find him to be one of the most enjoyable people I’ve ever met. His artistry, sense of color, positive and negative space, and mostly his sense of humor – even at himself – makes me want to take a class every week!

    Met Margo on-line at TQS and until today, thought she did all of her own quilting. Come to think of it, I don’t even think I ever asked her! We actually did an automobile caravan from Festival in Houston back to TN and GA in 2009 as my family was afraid to let me drive alone.

    I’m just learning FMQ on my HQ16 – now I have another quilter to admire and aspire to! Thanks for sharing all those wonderful photos!


    • Thank you so much Lynn and I am so glad you like my blog. I love Tom as well. He is just the dearest and kindest person ever and has so much talent. Just a wonderful guy. I have really only had the pleasure of quilting a couple of quilts for Margo. She is quite the talented lady and is quite capable of quilting them herself, but I enjoyed the two she did let me do. Tom does a lot of his own quilts as well, but I did get to do a few for him. Thank you so much for your interest and I hope you will visit often.

  4. Kathy – I will definitely be studying your blog – amazing quilting. I can’t wait to get my little machine here and set up so I can start quilting again. I love feathers, but have a long way to go.

    • I love your work. I think it is fabulous. You have definately found your niche and I wish I could do the type of quilting that you have shown on your site, but it just doesn’t seem to bewithin my abilities. I really enjoyed your site. Thank you for visiting mine.

  5. I have had the pleasure and extreme good luck of being able to take free motion quilting classes with Kathy. Some day I hope to be half as good! Such amazing work!!

  6. WOW WOW WOW!! you are amazing. Iam a feather fanatic, love love love them, but I have a long way to go. When you quilt your feathers, what speed are you working at? just stunning!!

    • Usually I do best with a medium high speed when the feathers are long or large and then reduce the speed when the feathers are of a smaller size. If you have a stitch regulator for your machine, you have the best of both worlds.

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